Okay hopefully i can get some answers So ended my period on the 29 of july then got it again the 4th Aug what could it be?? Its not spotting or light period its a regular day period. i had sex 2 days before my period was finished the first time.. my stomache hurts really bad its Not cramps its like a sharp pain it also hurts when i sit down!
*I also only get my period for 1 to maybe 2 days!
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11 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:just finish my period on it again need some answersOkay hopefully i can get some answers So ended my period on the 29 of july then got it again the 4th Aug what could it be?? Its not spotting or light period its a regular day period. i had sex 2 days before my period was finished the first time.. my stomache hurts really bad its Not cramps its like a sharp pain it also hurts when i sit down!
Thanks for answering! Yes i have do to i have problems with my periods. Is that have have so much medical bills and dont have Medicaid am trying to figure out witch place i can go. So they can do a check up beside the hospital.
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